The Town of Gilbert's Parks and Recreation Department welcomes you to join our team by becoming a volunteer! Volunteers are committed and dedicated individuals that love to give back to their community and have fun. Start the process to become a volunteer by clicking Sign Up. Already a volunteer? Check for new posted opportunities by clicking on Opportunity Search.
Volunteer opportunities include:
- Riparian Preserve at Water Ranch
- Special Events
- Special Needs
- Youth Sports
- Special Needs
- Park/Trail Clean up
- Court Ordered Community Service
Court Ordered Community Service
Must be 18 years or older to participate.
Court ordered community service is available to individuals on an appointment basis only. Tasks include litter removal, cleaning picnic sites and equipment, painting and other maintenance duties. Physical labor is required. Work is conducted outdoors and under the supervision of Park staff. Scheduling is on-line only and managed by following this link: Town of Gilbert Volunteers
Eagle Scout Projects
Prospective Eagle Scouts- We encourage you to visit park sites in the community and see what needs improvement. The town does not have a “standing list” of projects however; Click here for Eagle Scout Project suggestions and ideas. An internet search can also yield many project ideas. When you have decided on a project, submit your ideas to the Town staff listed below that can coordinate your Eagle Scout project.
Riparian Preserve (Jennie Rambo)
Parks Maintenance (Brian Hiapo)
Neighborhood Services (Helga Stafford)
Volunteer are also much needed at the Town of Gilbert's Senior Center to provide assistance with programs for our senior citizens. If you are interested in volunteering with the Senior Center please contact: Krisbalzan@yahoo.com
The Southeast Regional Library is in need of volunteers to help with the Friend's Place store. If you are interested in learning more about how you can help please contact Donna Petersen at email@example.com
Do you have ideas and suggestions that will make a positive impact on our community, then why not become a board member or commissioner on behalf of the Parks and Recreation Department? For more information visit our Board Openings webpage.
Thank you for volunteering!